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Title:Vintage Herbert Morris Lever Hoist Restoration.
Duration:28:46
Viewed:94,371
Published:15-01-2022
Source:Youtube

Welcome back to another restoration! I got this Herbert Morris lever hoist from a nice old man from Facebook Market place. I am growing my collection of old lifting equipment. I hope you enjoy the video. If you have any suggestions for improvement, or compliments share them below! Please leave a like if you did like the video, please subscribe and feel free to comment your thoughts and as always thank you for watching. Members Credit. Michael Joyce Ray Wood Michael Kelleher Karin Wallace Random Projects Tube WILD35 KSM Thank you all for your support! I appreciate all of you! Link for becoming a channel member. (less than 2 dollars) /channel/UCkkj8VTmpWTU431qYX4_Svg/join/join Some history on the company. 1912 Name changed to Herbert Morris. 1914 Manufacturers of electric, pneumatic and hand overhead travelling cranes, pulley blocks, conveyors, overhead runways and lifting miscellanea. 1919 Public offer of shares 1920 Took over the business of H. Coltman and Sons. 1920 December - W. H. Purnell was appointed vice-chairman of the company. 1931 Frank Morris took over the company on the death of his father 1931 Company employing 2,000 persons. The 1930s Took over Alexander Chaplin and Co, Craven Brothers, Holt and Willetts and the Vaughan Crane Co 1932 Acquired Royce Ltd 1937 Lifting machinery manufacturers. 1939 Became a quoted company. 1959 Took over British MonoRail 1961 Manufacturers of cranes, pulley blocks; runways; telphers; conveyors, elevators; lifts and trucks. 1,900 employees. 1968 Built thirty Goliath cranes for British Railway Freight. 1969 Frank Morris resigns as chairman 1969 Won orders for Goliath and Semi-Goliath cranes at 3 British aluminium smelters 1970 E. and H. P. Smith acquired 30 per cent of the shares of the company 1974 Assembled four 130-ton giant overhead cranes for the Cammell Laird's shipyards. By 1975 had about 2000 employees; trading subsidiaries were: *British MonoRail (stacker cranes and monorail systems) *Linear Motors (linear motors and crane control equipment) *Crane Aid Services (maintenance and repair of any make of lifting equipment). Had a joint interest with C. T. Bowring and Co Ltd in Senelco Ltd, a company manufacturing under licence an American anti-shoplifting device. 1976 The holding in Herbert Morris was sold to Babcock and Wilcox 1977 Davy International acquired the company The crane business was taken over by Konecranes of Finland, who closed the Loughborough works in 2010.

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